Paramparaa – The Tradition Continues…

Prabha Agraja: Committed to serve the humanity

For Agraja Prabhakar (known as Prabha Agraja) service to mankind is service to God. A multifaceted personality, Mr. Agraja is a role model for many. A man known for his simplicity, hard work and dedication, Mr. Agraja, settled in Australia, has received many awards for his meritorious service in various fields.

For the past 17 years, Mr. Agraja has been serving various communities in Victoria State and received many multicultural advocacy awards for his initiatives in shaping multiculturalism in Australia. His efforts are not limited to Indian cultural associations, Indian Music in Australia , local councils and Vedic societies. He was the finalist of Indian executive awards 2018, Judge for Australian Institute of Management awards 2016 (Victoria State), State finalist award holder (Manager of the year 2015) from Australian Institute of Management.

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Mr. Agraja is the CEO of EduCATER Australia and a  business coach, who has trained more than 2000 businesses in Australia. Born in the temple town of Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India, Mr. Agraja is a self-made person, a singer, passionate to serve the community. He was the founding member of Jagriti domestic violence committee for Indian diaspora, who has been striving for family harmonies through out of court settlement. He  has assisted over 150 victims directly and families of those who fell victim to domestic violence in Melbourne.

Mr. Agraja also helped many self-employed women in Wyndham area. He is currently living in Australia with his two children and elderly mother.

A music lover, Mr. Agraja is also the CEO and founder of Australia India Music Awards (AIMA), the first organization in Australia recognizing the passion and talent of the Indians in Australia.

Art is in the DNA of Mr. Agraja as his father, the late Agraja Narasimha Sastry (former AEO, TTD, Tirupati), was a renowned stage artist and a singer. His grandfather, the late Brahmasri Agraja Satyanarayana Sastry, was Pradhaana Purana Pandit, TTD. Mr.. Agraja’s grandfather was his first guru and Gaur Gopal Das is the second mentor.

Mr. Agraja, known for his integrity, is very humane and always reaches out to the distressed people. His motto is to help people and solve their problems. He has set up AIMA to unearth music talent among Indians in Australia, and host award ceremonies for Indian artists and musicians in Australia.